Does Big Data Mean Big Knowledge? Knowledge Management Perspectives on Big Data and Analytics
The papers in this e-book present a variety of perspectives on big data/analytics and knowledge management (KM). Some of the papers make a reasonable, if not an overwhelmingly compelling, case for linking knowledge creation and use with big data/analytics. A few of the papers work more diligently in arguing for the placement of big data/analytics within a more traditional KM oriented framework of organizational or personal effectiveness or management decision-making. Some of the papers provide empirical evidence linking big data/analytics with KM or aspects of KM such as knowledge creation, while others take somewhat critical views of this relationship.
- An exploration of contemporary organizational artifacts and routines in a sustainable excellence context,Big data and knowledge management: a case of déjà vu or back to the future?,Big data systems: knowledge transfer or intelligence insights?,Big data text analytics: an enabler of knowledge management,Cognitive big data: survey and review on big data research and its implications. What is really ‘new’ in big data?,Creation of knowledge-added concept maps: time augmention via pairwise temporal analysis,Dave Snowden on KM and big data/analytics: interview with David J. Pauleen,Davenport and Prusak on KM and big data/analytics: interview with David J. Pauleen,Facilitating knowledge management through filtered big data: SME competitiveness in an agri-food sector,GUEST EDITORIAL Does big data mean big knowledge? KM perspectives on big data and analytics,How the Internet of Things can help knowledge management: a case study from the automotive domain,Information and reformation in KM systems: big data and strategic decision-making,Interrelationship between big data and knowledge management: an exploratory study in the oil and gas sector,The concepts of big data applied in personal knowledge management